By Tony Cooke
The great challenge of spiritual leadership is not simply knowing the right words to say or the right things to do; it is being the right person. When Moses chose those who would assist, there were qualifications. When the early church chose its workers, there were qualifications. When Paul spoke of bishops, elders, and deacons, there were qualifications. In an age of skepticism and mistrust, the world and the church are looking for credible, honest, and godly leaders who possess both skills and integrity.
How does one become a “…vessel for honor, sanctified and useful for the Master, prepared for every good work?” In this powerful new book by Tony Cooke, you will learn how to develop and maintain godly character, the top “ministry killers,” and what qualifies and disqualifies someone from Christian service. Whether you are a pastor, a church worker, or a Christian in the marketplace, whether you are seeking personal development or impacting material to equip emerging leaders, this book is packed with clear biblical principles to help you become and remain…Qualified.
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